You can’t go wrong with a black and white bathroom. The sharp contrast looks fresh and clean and it’s a color scheme that’s stood the test of time. Here are some creative ways to do it.
Moroccan mosaic cement floor tiles in this bathroom steal the show. Paired with classic white subway tile, it looks stylish and timeless.
Here again a mosaic tile floor is paired with white subway tile, but the addition of Carrara marble and matte grey/black paint in this bathroom give this space gravitas, while a white plantation shutter on the window lets in light and offers privacy.
A painted vanity is a less permanent way add black to your bathroom and is easy to repaint if you have a change of heart.
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Black penny tiles in the shower are a bold alternative to traditional white and splashy floor tiles are extended up the shower wall. A black light fixture and window trim bring even more black into the room
How about a black tub? This one makes the vintage claw foot tub the focal point. White bead board adds a more casual and beachy note.
RE/MAX Results Collection Home
750 Overlook Lane
Stunning like-new walkout ranch. Wide open great room, kitchen, dining area. Spacious owner’s suit. 10′ ceilings up and down. Exceptional wood detailing. Lower level offers oversized amusement room, wet bar, bedrooms and workshop/office with stairway access to heated three car garage. Wooded and private.
by Laurie Junker
Top bathroom image courtesy of Kohler